SearchEnterpriseLinux.com: OpenNMS takes aim at mainstreamDec 20, 2000, 08:24 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The 0.4.0 interim release of OpenNMS is a warning shot. The new open source systems management solution puts the commercial systems management software market on the spot. It asks big vendors such Hewlett-Packard and Computer Associates a tough question: Can proprietary software keep pace with advances in technology as well as open source software can? Steve Giles, co-founder of the OpenNMS.org project,said the answer is a resounding 'No!' He believes OpenNMS will show that "market-ruling, monolithic, old" management solutions such as Hewlett-Packard's OpenView, and Computer Associates' Unicenter are as relevant to today?s enterprise Web environment as the manual typewriter."
"Why should the arrival of OpenNMS be an important event for IT professionals?"
"So, do you believe something is wrong with the top commercial network and systems management products?"
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